Amber's Review of Kaboom


  • 18 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
    Kaboom

    Kaboom (2011)

    I feel as if Andy Warhol lived amongst the current generation he might have been one to make a film like this. However, Araki seems to stumble near the end and when everything finally makes sense I was left wishing it would just end on a worse cliffhanger than it did. Juno Temple was charming and beautiful but even she could really keep this film afloat for too long. It has style, and there's a consistent idea to it's pop vision, but it feels more like Araki has been drinking whiskey and watching too many John Waters' movies.

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